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The last week of September is going to be manic for JMP in the UK because we’ve got two fantastic events going on.
I am delighted to say that the UK JMP User Forum on 27 September will be hosting SAS co-founder and JMP inventor, John Sall. His keynote speech will be on “Speeding Up Discovery” and will show how JMP Pro can allow you to get insights from a range of differently shaped data to make better decisions.
The JMP users have come up trumps with the range of talks at the User Forum, so it is no wonder that the room is almost at capacity:
Fujifilm’s Philip Kay will be demonstrating how exploratory data analysis, design of experiments and Monte Carlo simulation in JMP have helped improve their product quality.
GSK’s Claire Crawford will be explaining how to use PCA-PLS modelling techniques in JMP to optimise chemical compound choices.
Procter & Gamble’s Paul Davidson will be showing how visualisation and design of experiments capabilities in JMP help design complex products that work robustly under diverse user conditions.
Unilever’s Fiona Baines will be presenting how you can use JMP to speed up data preparation and automate statistical analysis to save valuable time for scientists and analysts. (This presentation replaces the originally scheduled talk by Rakhi Baj.)
Earlier in the week, we are holding our supremely popular seminar on Building Better Statistical Models, Faster and Easier. The 25 September event features two great technical minds – Sam Gardner, our global technical lead for JMP Pro, and Robert Anderson, the UK’s technical lead. The seminar has been heavily oversubscribed, with more than double the number of people registering than we have capacity for. So watch out for a similar event coming again in the near future. If this is something that you would like to attend when we next hold it, then let me know.